The Winter 2021 edition of Education Choices Magazine celebrates the Twelve Days of Christmas with twelve nurseries featuring. A special Education Corner Podcast interview with Marvyn Harrison, Dope Black Dads, discusses fatherhood and parenting alongside his new books. There are further interviews with the renowned LGBTQIA+ author, Simon James Green about his new book and Headmistress, Ffion Robinson, from Churcher's Junior School. There are contributions from schools and universities on their work post COP26 and further articles related to diversity and inclusion, reflecting the work that is taking place to support children and families in the UK. For parents considering a move to the countryside, do turn to the back to read the Surrey Schools Special and get property advice from Savills and Galuchat.
The Autumn edition of Education Choices Magazine includes an exclusive Education Corner Podcast interview with Dr. Sandie Okoro (General Counsel at World Bank and Senior Vice President) who discusses the importance of using her ‘voice’ to support gender and racial equality and shares some insight into her childhood and education that enabled her to become a diversity and inclusion champion. We also feature: High Mistress, Sarah Fletcher, from St Paul's Girls' discussing the future of GCSEs; Putney High (GDST) and their democratic culture; Latymer Upper (Mr. Goodhew) writes about their Inspiring Minds campaign and they are preparing students for international university applications; Lancing College are working to support and welcome their new students; Surbiton High are tackling mental health; Box Hill writes about their IB programme; Berkamsted, Reed's School, Merchant Taylors' and Cranleigh are preparing Sixth Form students for their future careers; the Exeter University Foundation Programme; Bristol University are offering a Black Student Scholarship and Swaffield and Alleyn's schools have been celebrating Black History Month - plus mental health awareness and two authors, Kate Grigg and Karen McCombie, write about their new books and much more...Bursting with content: we have nursery and prep school news, Pointe Black ballet school, student perspectives and mental health tips! Finally, we also have a Sussex Schools Focus and Savills write about the Sussex property market.
The Summer edition of Education Choices Magazine included a variety of nursery, school and university features including a Tennis Special feature including several leading school’s tennis programmes, some useful competition advice from Alison Battista (LTA) and top tennis tips from parents. David James, Deputy Head (LEH), discusses the pros and cons of single sex education and Mrs. Fionnuala Kennedy, Wimbledon High (GDST), discusses her first year as headmistress and coping with the pandemic. Moreover, this edition highlights Education Corner Podcast interviews with leading head teachers including: Mrs. Beth Dawson from Sutton High (GDST) and Mr. Bart Wielenga from Blundell’s, Devon. Inclusion and diversity remain integral to the content: XULA, the Cranleigh school Bursary Scheme and Emanuel’s Ascent Programme feature alongside a review of how the Black Lives Matter movement has impacted education and a parent writes about her son coping with additional learning needs.
The Spring edition of Education Choices Magazine is bursting with content from top schools including: Latymer Upper on their Attain Programme, Saint Christina's, Churcher's College, Wetherby Senior, Lancing College and many more... The Parent Perspective is from Linda Summers who provides an insight into dealing with the loss of a child and how her resilience has enabled her to cope with the devastation and move forwards.This edition also has a University Focus which includes: Exeter University, Aberdeen University, a university directory and advice from schools such as Putney High (GDST) and Surbiton High on completing UCAS and applying to university.
Our Winter edition features an exclusive Education Corner Podcast interview with Mr. James Dahl (15th Master of Wellington College) discussing the extensive work they are undertaking to support children from all backgrounds and their new Education Grant and much more!
Surbiton High, Putney High (GDST), Reed's School, St Catherine's Bramley, Churcher's College, Lancing College, Impington International College (who offer IB), Ripley Court School and many more share news and updates. This edition features a brilliant article about the Sir Steve Smith Scholarship Scheme offered at Exeter University.
In our Autumn edition you can read articles from Putney High (GDST), Edgeborough, Lancing College, ACS, the Cognita School Group all share news and updates. There is a feature by Liverpool Hope University and Mr. Dan Cundy writes about the benefits of UTC's.
Our cover story is about a family moving from London to the countryside to live a new lifestyle. It is a wonderful read!
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